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Ekokook: The Sustainable Kitchen By Faltazi

There can nerve be as earth-friendly as recycling wastes. The Ekokook is an earth-friendly kitchen concept designed by the talented designers Victor Massi and Laurent Lebot of Faltazi. In this one of a kidn kitchen design, water is recycled and waste will be broken down by worms inside. The recycling took place through the incorporated storage containers for packing, a reservoir under the sink, which is responsible for the collection of water to be reused and a container that serves as the earthworm’s haven as they break down organic waste. The Ekokook also has the three built-in micro-plants that helps complete the three recycling functions.

Ekokook Kitchen

Ekokook Kitchen

Ekokook Kitchen

Ekokook Kitchen

Ekokook Kitchen

Ekokook Kitchen

Ekokook Kitchen

Ekokook Kitchen

Ekokook Kitchen

Ekokook Kitchen

Source : Faltazi via Dezeen


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1 thought on “Ekokook: The Sustainable Kitchen By Faltazi”

  1. Nice concept and well thought out, however, there are some major issues that cannot be overlooked.
    All the different mechanisms, pockets, draws etc are going to be a nightmare to clean! Secondly, you have a waste disposal facility in your kitchen, including a compost bin.

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